Cook’s Charcoal Seasoning
In 2012, the food trend was using charred vegetable ash as an ingredient in seasoning making. Unfortunately, that type of charred ingredient may not ever be available commercially. However, food grade activated charcoal produced from burnt coconut shells is. Charred ingredients impart a unique that's different from the smoke flavor provided from wood, but still just as familiar. A charred ingredient takes searing to the next level.
This blend not only tastes great on steaks, chicken, and seafood, but it makes an excellent presentation as well. Also try on vegetarian options like tempeh and tofu.
Note: This product was previously known as "Cook County Charcoal Seasoning"
Kosher salt, granulated garlic, granulated onion, black pepper, activated charcoal, cumin, Mediterranean thyme, chipotle, Greek oregano, hickory smoke flavoring
Flavor of Cook’s Charcoal Seasoning
This salt-based seasoning is aromatic, smoky, earthy, and bittersweet with peppery notes.
Uses of Cook’s Charcoal Seasoning
Season steak, chicken, and seafood. Try on vegetarian options like tempeh and tofu. Activated charcoal produced from burnt coconut shells creates a unique presentation.